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28 April 2020

Dentsu Aegis Network and NZME bring live Covid comparisons to NZ Herald

Dentsu Aegis Network alongside NZME are now powering interactive, real-time Covid-19 charts and graphs within NZ Herald articles to show the comparison between New Zealand and other countries. Using data engineering and visualisation, the team at Denstu Aegis Network built a unique tool that shows New Zealand’s Covid related updates, and compares them to the

  April 24, 2020
  StopPress Team
Pitchblack and Lumo combine forces to get businesses ‘Up and Running’

In a new non-profit initiative, Lumo and Pitchblack have combined to offer free design and billboard placement in an effort to help Kiwi businesses restart after lockdown. ‘Up and Running’ allows our local businesses to tap into the minds at Pitchblack who are offering free creative design for businesses to get their products displayed on

  April 28, 2020
  StopPress Team
Exploring the new normal of production during a pandemic

With Covid-19 at large and the country in lockdown, many livelihoods, businesses’ and workplaces have been altered to meet the new norm. Here, StopPress talks to Sweetshop, Augusto and Motion Sickness about the new normal of production, and how they’ve altered to stay creative despite tight restrictions. Sweetshop Ben Dailey and Kate Roydhouse, executive producers

  April 28, 2020
  Mollie Edwards
Radio week: Humour, humiliation, human kindness; What are New Zealand’s biggest radio moments?

Radio’s speciality is being able to provide live unscripted moments of pure human connection. Sometimes this comes in the form of happy accidents and funny stories, sometimes it results in humour so unmatched it’s referenced years later, and sometimes it comes in heart-wrenching moments when life is literally on the line. Here, we explore some

  Radio Week 2020
  April 28, 2020
  StopPress + TRB
What do we do now? TBWA report offers practical and constructive advice

This month, TBWA released an 85-page report set to help Kiwi businesses plan and decide where next and what next following the uncertainty that Covid-19 has created. Here, we speak to Matt Kingston, head of planning about how they recommend the report is used practically, and why TBWA decided against keeping the report in-house. The

  April 28, 2020
  Courtney Devereux
2020 Vision: What is your focus for the year ahead – part two

It’s the start of a new decade and our industry is picking up the pace. Here, our industry leaders tell us what their focus is for the year ahead. Editors note: These answers were returned pre-Covid-19. Sally Duggan, executive director of the MPA: This year, like every year, the MPA’s focus is to remind the

  April 28, 2020
  StopPress Team
Want the economy to keep going? Purchase with purpose

Photo: Pastrami & Rye. You may have read one or two articles recently that suggest the economy isn’t going all that well. That a new C Word – a virus you hadn’t heard of just a few months ago – has thrown industries into turmoil and that thousands of New Zealanders are losing their jobs.

  April 27, 2020
  Ben Rose
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Pitchblack and Lumo combine forces to get businesses ‘Up and Running’ 2

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